Despite Borneo being home to up to 21 different primate species, there is one that stands head, nose and shoulders above the rest... the famous proboscis monkey. Alex joins primatologist Maz on a mission to spot the world's weirdest looking monkey.
Like a gremlin from the underworld the demonic looking tarsier is surely one of the oddest creatures in the whole animal kingdom. Alex accompanies expert primatologist Dr. Danica Stark as they search for this creature of the night by the light of the moon.
These armour plated ant eaters might look tought, but the demand for their scale for use in traditional medicine has made the peculiar pangolin the world's most trafficked mammal. Alex joins pangolin expert Elisa Panjang to see first hand, the importance of education and scientific research in the fight to protect the pangolin.
Named after their gigantic beaks, hornbills are some of the most recognisable birds in all of Borneo. Alex takes to the tree tops with DGFC climbing expert Koko and helps HUTAN install a new hornbill home high up in the forest canopy.
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